Do they now? That's fascinating, thanks a lot for pointing that out
As I said elsewhere, there is no such thing as "the best djembe". And anything made by a company is automatically out of the running. By "company", I mean any shell that's made in a factory.
If you want a real djembe, get a shell imported from Africa. Quite a few of these djembes are branded (such as the ones from Rhythm House Drums
, Wula, or Drumskull). But that just means that these companies were involved in the quality-control, manufacturing, and/or building process in some way; the shells are still genuine African shells, made of traditional hardwoods and carved by African carvers, which is what you want.
Edited to add: Actually, for Australian customers, there is a guy called Michi Henning who makes pretty decent drums. (Sorry, couldn't resist...